When I was________
I'd _____ _______ _______ _________
Waiting for my ________ ________
When they played I'd sing ______
It made me _______
Those were such _______ ________
And not so long _______
How I ________ where they'd gone
But they're back again
Just like a _______ _______friend
All the songs I loved so well
That they're _____ to sing
When they get to the ______
Where he's breaking her ______
It can really ______ me _____
_______ ___________ _______
It's yesterday once more
（Shoobie do lang lang)
（Shoobie do lang lang)
_________ ________ on how it was in years gone by And the good times that I had
Makes today seem rather sad
So much has changed
It was songs of love that I would sing to then
And I _______ each word
Those old ________
Still sound so good to me
As they melt the years away
3.Tom puts _____ clock and _____ art book on her desk.
A a; an Ban; the C /; the D a;a
4.—Excuse me. Is this ______ dictionary?
--No. That one is ________.
A I; you B my; yours C me; you D my; my
5.Uncle Tom lives _____ a farm ______ the country.
A in; at B near; on C over; of D on; in
6.May can’t go swimming this Sunday. She has _______ her mother at home.
A looking for B to look after C looking up D to look like
7.There is _______ milk in the glass. You may drink it.
A many B a few C a little D little
8.--________ is the tall girl in a black jacket?
--It’s Simon’s new classmate.
9.Which of the following signs means “You can’t take photos here.”
10.The maths problem is __________. I can work it out _________.
A difficult hard B fun; funny C easy; easily D interesting; interested
11.The old man wants six _____ of _______ for his fruit shop.
A boxes banana B box; bananas C boxes; bananas D box banana
12.______ talk with others in class. It’s not polite.
A Don’t be B Don’t C Be not D No
13.Tina, with her friend Cathy, often _____ to the park on her bike.
A goes B go C going D to go
14.—Would you like a cup of tea?
--______I’d like a glass of water, please.
A That’s right. B Bad news C Yes, please D No, thanks.
15.—Thank you for asking me to your party.--_________.
A Sorry about that B You’re welcome C The same to you D You’re clever. 2
Party2 Reading comprehension
The winter holiday is coming. Linda’s good friend, Judy, wants to visit Linda’s
sunny cloudy cloudy &sunny rainy
10℃↓:could 11℃--19℃：cool 20℃--25℃：warm 25℃↑：hot Complete the sentences according to the passage. Fill in each blank with no more than two words.
1.Judy wants to go to _________________ this winter holiday.
2.Wednesday is cloudy with the temperature of ________
3.The sixth day of the week is a _______ and rainy day.
4.________ is the coolest day in this week.
5.From the chart, we can see there are three ________.
Why do plants grow in some places and not in others? Why does some land have so much growing on it, while other land has almost no plants growing on it at all?
To grow, plants need several things. One is warmth. In very cold places almost nothing grows. Plants also need water. In very dry parts of the Earth only a few unusual plants can grow. That’s why dry deserts everywhere are almost not covered by trees or grass.
Plants must also have a place in which to put down their roots (根)and grow. It is difficult for them to grow on hard land. The town is built on hard land. The plants here have only the soil found between the cracks of the stones to grow in.Another thing plants must have before they can grow is food. What will happen if we try to make things grow on the sandy beach? A few plants, such as beach grass, will grow in sand, but most plants won’t. Even if the weather is warm enough and we water the plants each day, many of them will die because the sand on this beach has almost no food for plants.
( )46. According to the passage, plants need ____thing(s) to grow well.
A. only one B. three C. four D. five
( ) 47. What does the underlined word “cracks” mean in the text?
A. 缝隙 B. 表面 C. 夹层 D. 底部
( ) 48. From the passage, we can know it is ____for plants to grow in dry places.
A. easy B. difficult C. impossible D. important
( ) 49. The reason why most plants can’t grow on the sandy beach is that____.
A. there isn’t enough sunlight B. there is too much water
C. it is too crowded there D. it has little food for plants
( ) 50. The passage can most probably be found in a _____book.
science B. history C. travel D. Math
Young people can have problems with their minds. Some students becomes worried because they have to study very hard. Others have trouble getting on well with people like their parents and classmates.
Liu Wei, a junior 2 student from Hefei, could not understand his teacher and was doing badly in his lessons. He became so worried about it that he started to cut his finger with a knife.
Another student, 14-year-old Yang Fang from Guangzhou, was afraid of exams. She got very worried in one, and when she looked at the exam paper, she couldn’t think of anything to write.
A recent report from Jiefang Daily says about 18% of Shanghai teenagers have mental problems. Their troubles include being worried and very unhappy, and having problems in learning and getting on with people. Many students who gave problems won’t go for advice or help. Some think they will look stupid if they go to see a doctor. Others don’t want to talk about their secrets.
Liang Yuezhu, an expert on teenagers from Beijing Anding Hospital has the following advice for teenagers:
Talk to your parents or teachers often.
Take part in group activities and play sports.
Go to see a doctor if you feel unhappy or unwell.
( )51. The students who often become worried or have trouble getting on with others may have .
A. mental problems B. a headache C. knife with them D. no parents
( )52. Liu Wei cut his finger with a knife because .
A. he was afraid of his teacher B. he wanted to frighten his parents
C. he was so worried about his studies D. his finger was badly hurt
( )53. Yang Fang’s problem happened when .
A. she studied very hard B. she had exams
C. she talked with her parents D. she thought of something 5
( )54. Students who have problems won’t ask others for help because .
A. they won’t let others think they are stupid
B. they don’t think doctors can help them
C. they think the problems are not serious
D. they have no secrets about others
( )55. Liang Yuezhu’s advice tell us that .
A. it’s unnecessary for them to be with others
B. only group activities and sports can help them
C. teachers and parents can’t do anything about mental problems
D. it’s better for the students who have mental problems to join others.
Sara drinks too much coffee. She drinks three cups after she gets up. She drinks two at work in the morning and another cup at lunch. She drinks two cups every 5
At night, Sara can’in the morning. She has a bad headache.
Sara calls Dr. Brown and says, “Doctor, I can’t sleep at night. I think that I need some sleeping pills.”
“How many cups of coffee do you drink every day?” the doctor asks.
“Eight,” Sara answers.
“I don’t think you need sleeping pills,” says the doctor. “You need to stop drinking so much coffee.”
Answer the following questions according to the passage.
1.What’s Sara’s favorite drink?
2.Why does Sara call Dr. Brown for help?
3.What does the doctor tell her to do?
Translate the underline sentences into Chinese.
4. Sometimes her eyes are open all night.
5. She drinks water the rest of the day.
A) Read the passage below, and fill in the blanks according to the contest with the
_________. They have white ________, black legs, black ears and round, black eyes. The pandas’ name _______ sometimes “panda bear”, but is it a bear? __________ bears have short legs, big feet and round ears. Their noses are black, too. “Panda have ________ things, but they are different kind of animal.” George Schaller __________. Why? Because they don’t eat meat, fish ______ fruit. Brown, black and white bears can eat those foods, but pandas can _______ eat one kind of plant.
There aren’t _______ pandas in the world now. We should do something to take care of them.
B)Read the passage below, and fill in the blanks with suitable words, using one word for each black.
Peter’s family has a restaurant. People like eating meals ______ .His parents work hard every day. Some days a week, _______ school and weekends, Peter goes to the restaurant. He does his homework ______ the back room.
Sometimes, the restaurant is full _____ people. Peter’s mother and father need his help. He cleans the tables and brings the water ________ customers. Peter also helps in the kitchen. He really likes that.
Party4 Sentence pattern transformation.
Transform the sentences as required.
1.We always go to a basketball match on Sundays.（改写为一般疑问句）
2.She often calls her parents in the evening.（改写为否定句）
3.Laura has only one history book.（对划线部分提问）
4.I have a present to give you. It’s beautiful.（合并为一句话）
5.Mr. Smith uses English to write the letter.（改写为同义句）
Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets.
Party6 Dialogue completion
Beneath the dialogue there are seven choices in the box. Choose five of them that best complete the dialogue.
Lisa: Could you give me a hand, please?
Lisa: Could you run over to the store? We need a few things.
Paul: Of course. _____________
Lisa: Well, can you go to buy a kilo of chicken?
Paul: OK. ___________
Lisa: Let me see. We’re out of milk.
Paul: How much?
Paul: Ok. So that’s a kilo of chicken and two bottles of milk.
Paul: My pleasure.
Answer the following questions.
1.—I have a new task but it’s really child’s play. There’s nothing to it.
--What’s the task.
--They ask me to count the books in the room.
Guess the meaning of “child’s play” here. (You may answer it in English or Chinese.)
2.Sunshine School takes 130 children on a school trip. Each mini-bus can hole 20 children. How many mini-buses do they need at least?
3.There are five words below. Two of them are different from the others. Please find them.
colour red green black bright
The two words are ________ and ________.
4.What comes once in a year, twice in a week and never in a day?